Ambassador Malginov assures Russian Federation not wanting army intervention in Crimea

The Speaker of Romania’s Senate Calin Popescu-Tariceanu on Thursday welcomed the ambassador of the Russian Federation in Bucharest Oleg Sergeevich Malginov to discuss the importance of the Romanian-Russian bilateral relationship, with the ambassador giving assurances that the Russian Federation does not want any army intervention in Crimea as it is open to dialogue. ‘The Speaker of the Senate said that there have been lately themes on which the positions of the two countries diverged, voicing deep worries over the developments in the situation at the borders of Romania, a situation that could reverberate in Romania as well,’ reads the release.
Malginov confirmed that the situation is tense, but he added that it has to be assessed in the context of the global situation in Europe after the years 1990s, when Russia was not accepted to the negotiating table for the eastern enlargement of the European Union and the eastern expansion of NATO.

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